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  1. Sign Up is OPEN for the 11th Annual LGW.com Fantasy Hockey Buy-In Challenge! TWO Spots left! It's registration time for the 11th Annual LetsGoWings.com Fantasy Hockey Buy-In Challenge as we get ready to tackle the 2016-17 NHL season! This is a 12-team, head-to-head league hosted by Yahoo. Scoring and draft information is below: Cost: $25/team Draft: Saturday, September 30th @ 8:00pm ET Starting Positions: 2 Center, 2 LW, 2 RW, 4 D, 1 Util, 2 G (6 Bench, 1 IR, 1 IR+) Scoring Categories: G, A, PTS, +/-, PIM, PPP, SHP, GWG, W, GAA, SV%, SHO Prizes: 1st Place = $200, 2nd Place = $75, 3rd Place = $25 ___________________________________________________________________________ Interested in Joining? Only 2 spots are available for this season! If you're interested in joining, PM me here and use the subject line to indicate that you're interested in the BUY-IN league. Invitations are handed out on a first come, first serve basis. Payment information for the $25 team fee will be included with your invitation through the PM system here on LGW. If you get an invitation please submit the $25 payment as soon as you can as it is the ONLY way to 100% lock in your team for this season. All team fees must be paid in full no later than Friday, September 29th. While attendance is not required for the live draft on Saturday, September 30th (@ 8:00pm ET) Live Draft, it may be in the best interests of your wallet to do so! (Or at least pre-rank your players.) If you have any questions, please feel free to ask!
  2. Farewell To Joe Louis Arena

    With two weeks left, it's time for all of our favorite and least favorite memories to flow like the tears that will most definitely be flowing when that final horn sounds...Thank You Joe Louis Arena, from when i was 9 years old, up until I moved away 33 years later, no matter how luxurious the new barn will be, you will never be replaced. I look forward to reading everyone's good times and bad at our home. Games, concerts, events... Here's the video from NBC Sports today to start is off.
  3. SHOOTS RIGHT; WHAT'S THAT?

    90% of our shooters are lefties. Why? Am I the only person that sees that as a problem?
  4. Hi

    I was at a Salvation Army and found the Red Wings 2000 Playoffs Bring it on Home CD, I was just wanting to know some more info on it maybe since I literally can't find anything online about it (other than a dead Amazon page) and I figured you guys would be able to help. Also should I upload it to YouTube? Thanks! LGW I accidentally posted this twice sorry about that, the site was giving me an error lol
  5. Quick access to the latest Wings news.

    Created this for quick access to the latest Wings news from all the major sources. https://hockey.town
  6. What Are the DRW Building?

    The concept and purpose of an AHL franchise is to, in part, to separate the contenders from the pretenders and prepare those contenders to play at a high level with their NHL clubs. Winning Calder Cups is icing on the cake and, hopefully, an indication your farm system is well stocked and coached. During the 2012-13 season, the Grand Rapids Griffins (the Red Wings’ AHL team), under current Detroit Red Wings Head Coach Jeff Blashill, won the Calder Cup. Last night, the Griffins again won the Calder Cup. That’s two Calder’s in the last 5 seasons. Hmmmmmm. This begs the question: How have the Calder-winning Griffins – some highly drafted and touted – transitioned to the NHL. From the 2012-13 Calder Cup Champions GR Griffins, who are now regulars on the DRW: GP W L T OT GAA Sv% SO Petr Mrzaek 142 63 50 0 17 2.3725 0.91675 10 GP G A P +/- PIM PPG PPP S Danny DeKeyser 305 18 68 86 1 149 1 10 330 Gustav Nyquist 297 84 109 193 3 88 29 54 674 Riley Sheahan 282 38 60 98 -32 48 11 23 419 Tomas Tatar 318 94 92 186 14 108 23 48 700 Luke Glendening 293 24 36 60 -9 128 1 2 322 * The 2013-2017 seasons Consider: • Not one of the 5 skaters is anywhere close to a point per game performer • Not one of the 5 skaters takes 3 shots a game • Two of the 5 skaters are MINUS players and another two are damn close • The goalie is just 13 games over .500 and holds a pedestrian .916 Sv% If you believe the future of your team is built through the draft and by developing your own players, one could rationalize the Wings – from Ken Holland on down – have done a bang-up job constructing competitive and winning AHL teams. Applaud sign! But those 2012-13 champions have had a rough if not ineffective NHL careers, which seemingly explains why the once vaunted Detroit Red Wings have sunk to the 25th worst team in the league in 2017. Fresh off another Calder Cup win, how will these champions transition to the NHL? Do you want to build and compete for a Calder Cup or a Stanley Cup?
  7. Follow the top moments of this last day of festivities at the Joe http://mihockeynow.com/2017/04/the-final-game-at-joe-louis-arena/ Tonight marks Z's 1000th game
  8. April Fool! None of the regulars has posted a GDT! Everyone must be watching the Madness that is March (in April).
  9. Projected Lines Gustav Nyquist Henrik Zetterberg Tomas Tatar Matt Lorito Dylan Larkin Justin Abdelkader Darren Helm Frans Nielsen Riley Sheahan Ben Street Tomas Nosek Drew Miller Defensive Pairings Dan DeKeyser Nick Jensen Niklas Kronwall Mike Green Xavier Ouellet Robbie Russo thanks to Matt we have the Z emoji, just type : z: (no spaces) or look for it in the emoji list
  10. LW C RW Gustav Nyquist Henrik Zetterberg Tomas Tatar Riley Sheahan Frans Nielsen Darren Helm Anthony Mantha Dylan Larkin Justin Abdelkader Andreas Athanasiou Tomas Nosek Drew Miller Defensive Pairings Dan DeKeyser Nick Jensen Niklas Kronwall Mike Green Xavier Ouellet Robbie Russo
  11. Forwards Gustav Nyquist - Henrik Zetterberg - Tomas Tatar Riley Sheahan - Frans Nielsen - Anthony Mantha Andreas Athanasiou - Dylan Larkin - Justin Abdelkader Luke Glendening - Tomas Nosek - Drew Miller Defensive Pairings Dan DeKeyser - Nick Jensen Xavier Ouellet - Mike Green Daniel Renouf - Robbie Russo
  12. LW C RW Gustav Nyquist Henrik Zetterberg Tomas Tatar Andreas Athanasiou Dylan Larkin Justin Abdelkader Riley Sheahan Ben Street Anthony Mantha Luke Glendening Tomas Nosek Drew Miller Defensive Pairings Niklas Kronwall Mike Green Dan DeKeyser Nick Jensen Xavier Ouellet Robbie Russo
  13. Last Colorado visit at the Joe. LW C RW Gustav Nyquist Henrik Zetterberg Tomas Tatar Darren Helm Frans Nielsen Anthony Mantha Andreas Athanasiou Dylan Larkin Justin Abdelkader Luke Glendening Riley Sheahan Drew Miller Defensive Pairings Niklas Kronwall Mike Green Dan DeKeyser Nick Jensen Xavier Ouellet Robbie Russo JImmy Howard Confirmed
  14. The Buck Stops WHERE? With WHOM?

    Although two games does not represent a season … wait, hold on … with the Wings it does. The two road games against Toronto and Boston provide fans – and DRW brass – with a clear picture of this team’s caliber, character and commitment. It’s damn ugly. My question: On April 10, who is held responsible/accountable for the unmitigated disaster? Surely, a proud, historic, 11-time Stanley Cup champion – about to unveil a new home (even if named after pizza) -- will NOT turn a deaf ear to the team’s painful and glaring shortcomings. On April 10, who gets called into the boss’s office, told to box up their personal possessions and escorted to the exit? (After all, hockey is a business!) Jeff Blashill. Remember he coached many of these players in Grand Rapids, had great respect for Mike Babcock and his philosophy and the transition would seemingly be seamless. Blashill would be able to coax and coach more from the young players like Tatar, Nyquist, Mrazek, etc., etc., to ensure the Red Wings’ success into the future. Wings’ GM Ken Holland told the Detroit News in May 2015: “He [Blashill] seems to have something, he wins wherever he goes. He wins. Why does he win? When I look at Mike Babcock, I see similarities in Jeff. Making players accountable. A tremendous work ethic. Passion. Having a plan. He has experience.” And what about Holland? There was something genuinely disturbing seeing news clips of him from this week’s GMs meeting in Boca Raton, FL., opining about various tweaks that might be made for the betterment of the game when he couldn’t (and some would say hasn’t) made changes to improve his own team. Since 1997, he has been at the helm, amassing an 825-408 record (just regulation wins and losses) and a .669 win percentage. Since the 2012-13 lockout, 148-112 and .569%. Since January 1, 2017, 9 – 13 (including the two miserable games against the Leafs and Bruins). On agreeing to a four-year extention to Holland’s contract in 2014, Red Wings owner Mike Ilitch said, "Ken is regarded as one of the premier executives in the National Hockey League and has been instrumental in the success of the Red Wings over the last two decades … extremely pleased that he will continue to lead our hockey club over the next four years. " Now that many of us are no longer “extremely pleased,” I wonder how President and CEO Chris Ilitch and Sr. VP Jim Devellano feel. Perhaps, someone from the intrepid Detroit news media – Freep’s Helene St. James, News’s Ted Kulfan or MLive’s Ansar Khan – should ask. The follow-up question: Who will be held responsible/accountable?
  15. My reaction when I saw Sheahan, Miller, Glendening and Callahan in instead of Mantha
  16. LW C RW Gustav Nyquist Henrik Zetterberg Tomas Tatar Andreas Athanasiou Frans Nielsen Anthony Mantha Justin Abdelkader Darren Helm Dylan Larkin Drew Miller Riley Sheahan Luke Glendening Defensive Pairings Dan DeKeyser Mike Green Niklas Kronwall Nick Jensen Xavier Ouellet Robbie Russo Mrazek Unconfirmed as the starter per DailyFaceoff.com
  17. LW C RW Gustav Nyquist Henrik Zetterberg Tomas Tatar Andreas Athanasiou Frans Nielsen Anthony Mantha Justin Abdelkader Darren Helm Dylan Larkin Drew Miller Riley Sheahan Luke Glendening Defensive Pairings Dan DeKeyser Mike Green Niklas Kronwall Nick Jensen Xavier Ouellet Robbie Russo
  18. Tomas Tatar Henrik Zetterberg Anthony Mantha Andreas Athanasiou Frans Nielsen Gustav Nyquist Justin Abdelkader Darren Helm Dylan Larkin Riley Sheahan Luke Glendening Drew Miller Defensive Pairings Dan DeKeyser Mike Green Niklas Kronwall Nick Jensen Xavier Ouellet Ryan Sproul ^Petr's on net again Nyquist's Back Tonight
  19. LW C RW Tomas Tatar Henrik Zetterberg Anthony Mantha Andreas Athanasiou Frans Nielsen Thomas Vanek Justin Abdelkader Darren Helm Dylan Larkin Luke Glendening Riley Sheahan Steve Ott Defensive Pairings Dan DeKeyser Mike Green Niklas Kronwall Brendan Smith Xavier Ouellet Nick Jensen
  20. Green is questionable for today. Sproul might be in Zetterberg has four goals and 12 points in his past 11 games. LGRW!!!
  21. Goalies were unconfirmed at the moment, so is Vanek. Lines may change LGRW!